SMOS meets ocean monsters30 September 2015
SMOS meets ocean monsters30 September 2015 ESA’s SMOS and two other satellites are together providing insight into how surface winds evolve under tropical storm clouds in the Pacific Ocean. This new information could to help predict extreme weather at sea.
Shaping next-generation scientists29 September 2015
Shaping next-generation scientists29 September 2015 With the new Earth observation satellites carrying a range of technologies such as radar and multispectral imaging instruments for land, ocean and atmospheric monitoring, data are available for the next 20–30 years. However, this means little unless t...
Big shake next for air pollution satellite25 September 2015
Big shake next for air pollution satellite25 September 2015 The launch of Sentinel-5 Precursor is planned for next spring so the satellite is being put through its paces to make sure it is fit for liftoff and life in orbit tracking air pollution. Vibration and acoustic tests are next up.
What hAPPened?22 September 2015
What hAPPened?22 September 2015 Using satellites to predict plant and crop diseases is just one of the fresh ideas produced over a week-long camp dedicated to creating mobile apps using Earth observation data.
Apps Happening11 September 2015
Apps Happening11 September 2015 ESA’s fourth Space App Camp starts on Monday, with 23 professional app developers from all across Europe at the Agency's facility in Frascati, Italy.
My Planet from Space exhibition draws special visitor09 September 2015
My Planet from Space exhibition draws special visitor09 September 2015 The My Planet from Space: Fragility and Beauty exhibition in New York, USA, drew to a close yesterday with a ceremony attended by Ban Ki-moon, Secretary-General of the UN.